Over the past few days, the chipmaker has brought a slew of heavy-hitting announcements, from the unveiling of the new Core M processor to a sneak peek of Skylake's 'no wires' future. We highlight some of the exciting innovations that were on display at the Intel booth in the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall.
When mentioning the Samsung brand, most people will think of smartphones, tablets and TVs. The Korean conglomerate, however, is expanding into a whole new territory of business printers as revealed in a recent visit to its headquarters in Seoul, Korea.
Choosing a printer for your home isn't as simple as going with the cheapest option at the store. The best way to approach it is to understand who are the people using it, their needs, and their printing habits.
Inkjet, laser, LED, dye-sublimation - With the sheer number of printing technologies and products available today, it can be quite difficult for the average consumer to decide which is the one for them. For a start, let us explain some of the more common printer technologies out there.
Our friends at OKI Data (S) Pte Ltd Malaysia Office invited us and a number of select Malaysian media to fly over to Japan and meet the top management of OKI Data. Here's a brief summary of what happened there.
With an incredibly fast print speed of 40ppm, the Oki MB491 offers users a 50 sheet RADF that will automatically reverse the documents for scanning and faxing two-sided documents. Furthermore with a USB port up front and a full QWERTY keyboard printing is relatively convenient on the device.
In addition to a host of new Ultrabooks, HP also unveiled several new printers at their Global Influencer Summit in Shanghai, China, that respond to the needs of today's on-the-go and Web-connected users.
Pushing the boundaries of the future and empowering the consumer experience with a diverse array of products from televisions, smartphones, tablets to IT solutions and white goods at the Samsung Forum 2012.
Samsung releases Series 7 CHRONOS notebook for ultimate productivity on the go, along with a new range of printers with wireless print capabilities.
The Stylus Photo R3000 is Epson's newest A3+ photo printer targeted at professionals and advanced enthusiasts. It accepts nine ink cartridges, has a 2-picoliter minimum ink droplet size, is able to do disc printing, and sports built-in Wi-Fi. Are you tempted?